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Integumentary System Kristen Cianci
What is it? Includes skin, hair, and nails Body’s largest organ 15% of total body weight
Functions First defense against bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens Eliminates waste through perspiration Protects us from harmful ultraviolet radiation Guards against sunburn
The 3 Layers Epidermis -has no blood vessels -consists of keratinocytes
The 3 Layers Dermis -contains two layer = provides elasticity -ending sight for blood vessels and nerves -contains sweat glands, lymph vessels, and oil glands
The 3 Layers Hypodermis -insulate and cushion organs -stores fat -blood vessels, lymph vessels, nerves, and hair follicles run through here
Diseases Acne- caused by increased levels of androgens Alopecia Areata- attacks hair follicles Athlete’s Foot- common fungus infection between the toes Dermatitis- inflammation, such as poison ivy Psoriasis- causes skin cells to mature quickly, backup of cells on surface Skin cancer- epidermis stops producing keratin
The Integumentary System. Integumentary System Hair Skin Nails.
Integumentary System. Composed of skin, hair, sweat glands, and nails The name is derived from the Latin integumentum, which means “a covering.”
The Integumentary System. The Skin The largest organ in the body – Covers the entire body Function: acts a a barrier against infection and injury, helps.
The Integumentary System
Integumentary system Research and presentation done by: Cory Woodhams & Lucas Stanley.
Integumentary System. Integumentary system includes… Skin Hair Nails.
Integumentary System By Charli & Zara. Contents Elements of the System How the system works Diseases & Disorders Importance of the System Cells Cancers.
Section 36-3: Integumentary System (Skin)
Integumentary System= mostly Skin- Why do you need this?? Section 21-4 Pg
Here They Are: Your Body Systems (Part 1).
The Integumentary System By: William Davis. Functions 1.Protect the body’s internal living tissues and organs. 2. Help excrete waste through perspiration.
Immune and Integumentary Systems. Immune System Functions The immune system defends against disease. It recognizes, attacks, and destroys foreign invaders.
The Integumentary System. Skin The largest organ in your body Functions Covers the body and prevents water loss Protects the body from injury and infection.
BIO 1004 Flora. Serves as a barrier against infection and injury, helps regulate body temperature, removes waste products, and provides protection from.
What’s Your Function? Looking at the skin!. Epidermis Outermost layer of skin Made up of 2 parts –Exterior --- Consists of layers of dead cells.
Integumentary System Consists of Largest organ of the human body the
Integumentary System Composed of skin, hair, sweat glands, and nails The name is derived from the Latin integumentum, which means “a covering.”
End Show Slide 1 of 23 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Introduction to the Human Body.
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